Why the Chicago Bulls Will Never Win Another NBA Championship

John Paxson and Gar Forman making excuses for why they're not good at their jobs.

John Paxson and Gar Forman making excuses for why they're not good at their jobs. Chicago Bulls admin John Paxson and Gar Forman make excuses for why they’re not good at their jobs. | Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images

After their 201617 ended with a blowout loss to the Boston Celtics, the Chicago Bulls did what they always do. John Paxson and Gar Forman, the front men for the team and decision-makers in the front office, trotted out in front of the media and tried to explain the Bulls’ failure in a 41-41 season. In short, they refused to take any responsibility for the mess.

Instead, Paxson casually laid out the problems with the roster  10 players with three or fewer years of service time and the worst three-point shooting in the NBA  at the feet of second-year head coach Fred Hoiberg. Paxson is almost certainly one of just a small group of people in the world who can’t contemplate the absurdity of blaming the team’s dysfunction on a coach he hired (in fact, the fourth head coach he’s been allowed to hire during his Bulls tenure).

This finger-pointing and lack of accountability at the top makes the Bulls one of the most poorly-run franchises in the NBA. Let’s dive into what’s going on and why the Chicago Bulls will never win another NBA championship. 

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